TITLE

Renewables Remain More Desired than Real

AUTHOR(S)
Bonetto, Clotilde; Storry, Mark
PUB. DATE
May 2010
SOURCE
Power;May2010, Vol. 154 Issue 5, p74
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article explores the renewable energy sources of Mexico such as hydrothermal and geothermal resources. It notes conventional hydrothermal plant as the largest source of renewable energy in Mexico, accounting around 22% of the country's installed capacity while the geothermal sources has an installed capacity of 964.5 MW. The country's wind, solar, and biogas resources are also tackled.
ACCESSION #
50840771

 

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